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Home Service Contractors Home Service Contractors has been serving the greater Alamogordo area since 1993. If you are remodeling your home, our licensed contractors provide a number of remodeling services including drywall, tile work, cabinetry, and roofing.

We also specialize in plumbing repairs, including locating and repairing water leaks, drain cleaning, and water heater replacement. Our HVAC services include installation and repair, gas line replacement, and refrigeration. Cleanliness is an important part of home and business maintenance as well, so we offer commercial and residential carpet cleaning.

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PEX plumbing systems are becoming quite popular with building inspectors. Why? PEX connections don’t require dry fitting and are completed in one step, so a quick visual inspection confirms a solid connection has been made.


Your instincts might tell you that you should pour extra oil or bacon grease down the sink. That oil and fat may be a hot liquid when you dump it, but as the temperature cools down, it will start to coagulate and clog your pipes.


Did you know that absolutely every fixture and stick of furniture in your offices can help clients form their impressions of your business? When your company bathrooms don’t leave the most sparkling impression, it may be time to have us change out your fixtures.


It’s important to have your home’s plumbing system regularly inspected and serviced if maintenance issues come up. The cost of an inspection far outweighs the expense of more serious plumbing repairs.


Upgrading your commercial restrooms by installing low-flow flush fixtures can really save you money in the long run. In fact, the amount of water used per flush can be reduced by as much as 63 percent, depending on how inefficient your old units were.


Are you looking to save money on your next water bill? An easy way to do this is to purchase aerating and low-flow shower heads and faucets.


Obtaining water-efficiency LEED credits for commercial buildings is not a one-size-fits-all proposition. The size of the building plays a role, as fixtures that earn points in one facility may not have the same results in another.


Want a home that's water smart? Make sure to install low-flow shower heads in all your bathrooms. While you're at it, include low-flush toilets and water-leak-detection equipment.


Many commercial buildings can have old pipes that are not up to code and even make the water taste bad. In this case, a commercial plumber can come in, remove that old system, and install better pipes in line with current codes and building regulations.


Tankless water heater installations are particularly effective for specific applications like providing hot water to remotely located hot tubs or pools, or acting as backup systems for solar water heating equipment.


If you are considering upgrading your commercial plumbing system, you can first have a plumbing contractor come out to inspect your property. He or she will be able to provide an analysis of your existing equipment and let you know what you need to maximize your water savings.


Have a leaking faucet? Be sure to repair it as soon as possible! Water loss from leaks can waste gallons of water in a very short period of time.


So what’s the difference between Type L and Type M copper pipe? While Type M piping is adequate for normal plumbing applications with an average load (in terms of people using it), Type L copper pipe is recommended for commercial applications where you need a higher level of strength and protection.


A small leak in an area of your home that gets little traffic - such as your basement or crawl space - can create significant problems by providing the damp conditions necessary for mold to thrive and spread throughout your home.


The original meaning of “plumber” is someone who works with lead. This may be related to the fact that the Romans used folded-seam lead pipes to transport water into central baths, as evidenced by early Roman baths unearthed in the city of Bath, England.


Worried that you have a water leak? Unusually high water bills, bubbles in your paint, and lingering musty smells are good signs that a leak is present!


Copper piping is popular for commercial installations because it’s durable and versatile. Type K pipe, for example, can be used for water service, fire protection, solar heating, fuel oil, snow melting, compressed air, natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas, and vacuum applications.


Essentially, the biggest reason a repiping of your home or building becomes necessary is directly related to the age of the plumbing system. The major causes of this are outdated materials and the development of corrosion over time.


Emergency devices such as showers or eyewash units might not seem like a big deal, at least until someone really needs them. A commercial plumber can not only install these safety fixtures; he or she can also perform checkups, so you’ll know you can count on them to work.


Unfortunately, not all water leaks will occur in places you can easily get to on your own. In fact, the plumbing leak won’t always even be in your home. To deal with underground leaks, it’s always best to call in a professional.


PEX pipe is replacing copper and CPVC in some commercial installations. Why? Its cross-linked molecular structure means it’s very durable and flexible. It’s available in 1,000-foot lengths, which speeds installation and reduces the number of fittings and connections required to plumb large commercial structures.


Commercial plumbing installations, including faucets and fixtures, have to meet specific state and federal guidelines, like compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Understand the laws before you begin an upgrade or repair.


Did you know that brass plumbing pipes are considered ideal for large distribution systems, such as pump fittings, water tanks, and wells? Brass piping is extremely rust-resistant and tends to last longer than any other plumbing material.


Did you know that your water heater is constantly demanding power to keep the water supply hot, even when you aren’t home? If you’re interested in learning the alternatives, we can help.


With many products, the difference between residential and commercial versions is scale, such as a single meal versus an entire menu of entrees. Plumbing is no different, which is why it’s important to use a commercial plumber who can handle pipe systems built on a commercial scale.


Have you noticed that your water bill has been creeping up for no apparent reason? This could indicate a water leak. Let us take care of it before your water bill gets too much higher.


The word “sewer” dates from the 1400s and is derived from the Middle French word "esseweur," "to drain off." Today, it refers to any pipe, conduit, or drain that is buried underground and designed to carry off waste water and matter.


To test plumbing in an older commercial property, try this: Turn on the hot water tap. If water pressure seems low, it’s a classic indicator the plumbing features galvanized pipe, which is prone to internal corrosion that reduces water flow.


If your house is more than sixty years old, it’s recommended that you have plumbing inspections performed more frequently. We will be able to quickly identify any signs of trouble and make the necessary repairs to your system.


When your business has an emergency, you want to minimize the amount of time it’s closed during normal hours. That’s why commercial plumbers make themselves available on nights and weekends for emergencies, so they can fix problems before you need to open again.


Plumbing has moved into the 21st century with new materials and ways of providing safe, reliable and ecofriendly water and sewer service. If you have a challenging plumbing setup and haven't sourced solutions in the last few years, now's the time to ask for help in addressing issues like water conservation and energy efficiency.


Did you know that some of the earliest plumbing was done for commercial services? Back in Ancient Rome, they ran aqueducts and lead pipes to bring water to the city, and a lot of that water went to the public baths.


There are a couple of precautionary steps that are good to take to ensure that your garbage disposal and connected plumbing continue to run optimally. This includes running plenty of cold water when you run the disposal and for at least 30 seconds after the food is cleared.


Few things are as stressful for a business owner as needing major plumbing work in their building and not knowing about the costs involved. Remember, our team is always happy to help you gain a better understanding of exactly what’s wrong, so that you can make your budget decisions before we proceed.


Banging or vibrating of water lines when the water is turned on is usually caused by air in the pipes. While it is more annoying than damaging in the short run, over time, it can cause expensive problems. Have the lines bled of air at your earliest convenience.


2001 1st St
Alamogordo, NM

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00


(575) 437-4790


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Last evening we discovered a big leak under our house so called HSC this am. The young man arrived quickly, was polite, courteous and repaired our problem. We have used HSC several times in the past and recommend them. Thank you!
As we have navigated the business of selling mom's house, we've had multiple issues crop up. As a result, we can confidently tell you that if you need any work done on your house or business, you MUST call HSC (Home Service Contractors.) Michael and Scott at HSC are AMAZING. The owner, Perry, and the rest of the staff are professional, courteous, and thorough. I can't recommend them highly enough. They even fixed some issues another plumbing company created. I told them that it was so nice to have a company that was so professional, knowledgeable, punctual, courteous, and all at a fair price, that it made me emotional as I was thanking them. Home Service Contractors on 1st Street is all you need. Don't even bother calling anyone else.
We had them out to do work on a gas fireplace and the two guys they sent out could not resolve the problem so they told me to purchase additional materials and call them back and they would bring the supervisor back to finish the job. Ha Ha - three phone calls, and no response whatsoever! So we fixed ourselves. I guess they sent dumb and dumber out but since my daughter has an undergrad degree in engineering she fixed it!!
I requested an estimate for my employer and met with the HVAC supervisor (Rueben) on 04/12 we are now 2 weeks later and I have received nothing. This was for 4 new coolers single inlet to be moved/installed and all necessary work/changes. I would appreciate a response in a timely manner...I will give you 48hours to respond since you have already have 2 weeks at this point I consider your customer service extremely poor!
HSC always provides prompt and professional service! Thank you for always being there!